COWARDY CUSTARD An Entertainment devised by Gerald Frow, Alan Strachan and Wendy Toye

Tuesday, 25th November 2014 at 7:45pm - 10:30pm Saturday, 29th November

Location: Dixon Studio, Palace Theatre

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An Entertainment devised by Gerald Frow, Alan Strachan and Wendy Toye Featuring the Words and Music of Noël Coward. Orchestrations by Keith Amos.

Sir Noel Coward - actor, author, composer and director became such a great figure of the theatre in the 20th century that he was known to all in the theatre world as ‘The Master’. His comedies including ‘Private Lives’, ‘Blithe Spirit’ and ‘Hay Fever’ are classics and his music and songs from revues and musical plays such as ‘Bitter Sweet’ and ‘Cavalcade’ are still played all over the world. Cowardy Custard, first staged at the Mermaid theatre in 1972 draws on his plays, two volumes of autobiography and fifty three of his songs to present a potted biography and his own view of the theatre and Britain in general. But more than that, it is a witty tour through the catalogue of one of Britain’s most prolific song writers.

TUE -SAT 7.45PM, SAT MAT 3.00PM TICKETS £12.00 CONCESSIONS £10.50 GROUPS 10+ 11th ticket free Discounts available for SSC members

An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French limited

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